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WPS Foundation Agribusiness/Forestry Scholarship Program

The goal of the Wisconsin Public Service Foundation Agribusiness/Forestry Scholarship is to help young people of our service territory develop skills, leadership abilities and technical knowledge to meet the challenges of forestry, farming and farm-related activities.


To be eligible for this award, applicant must:
- Be a high school senior graduating in the current academic year
- Meet the admission requirements of the selected university or technical college
- Be the son/daughter of a customer with a primary residence in WPS territory, or the son/daughter of an employee of WPS

The scholarships given will be a combination of four-year non-renewable college scholarships ($1,000) and two-year non-renewable technical college scholarships ($500). Contact your high school counselor or call us if you have questions (800) 236-5543.

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